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3. ‘ If Heaven had wished to let this cause of truth perish, then I, a future mortal, should not have got such a relation to that cause. While Heaven does not let the cause of truth perish, what can the

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How various is his ability! '

2. Tsze-kung said, ‘ Certainly Heaven has endowed him unlimit

edly. He is about a sage. And,

moreover, his ability is various.’

3. The Master heard of the conversation and said, ‘Does the high ofiicer know me? When I was young, my condition was low, and therefore I acquired my ability in many- things, but they were mean

matters. Must the superior man have such variety of ability?

does not need variety of ability.’ 4. Lao said,‘The Master said, I acquired many arts." '

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CHAP. VII. The Master said, ‘Am I indeed possessed of know

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I am not knowing. But if a mean person, who appears quite

empty-like, ask anything of me, I set it forth from one end to the

other, and exhaust it.’ CHAP. VIII.

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The Master said, ‘The FANG bird does not come;

is all over with me i '

GHAP. IX. When the Master saw a. person in a mourning dress,

or any one with the cap and upper and lower garments of full dress, or a blind person, on observing them approaching, though they were younger than himself, he would rise up, and if he had to pass by

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CHAP. X. I. Yen Yuan, in admiration of the M aster's doctrines, sighed and said, ‘ I looked up to them, and they seemed to become more high; I tried to penetrate them, and they seemed to become more firm; I looked at them before me, and suddenly they seemed to be behind.

2. ‘ The Master, by orderly method, skilfully leads men on. He enlarged my mind with learning, and taught me the restraints of propriety.

3. ‘When I wish to give over the study of his doctrines, I cannot do so, and having exerted all my ability, there seems something to stand right up before me; but though I wish to follow and lay hold qfit, I really find no way to do so.’

CHAP. XI. 1. The Master being very ill, Tsze-lu wished the disciples to act as ministers to him.

2. During a remission of his illness, he said,‘ Long has the conduct

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3. ‘ Moreover, than that I should die in the hands of ministers, is it not better that I should die in the hands of you, my disciples? And though I may not get a. great burial, shall I die upon the road ? ’

CHAP. XII. Tsze-kung said, ‘ There is a beautiful gem here. Should I lay it up in a case and keep it? or should I seek for a

ood price and sell it 7.’ The Master said, ‘ Sell it! Sell it! But Iwould wait for one to offer the price.’ I

CRAP. XIII. I. The Master was Wishing to go and live among the nine wild tribes of the east.

2. Some one said, ‘They are rude. How can you do such a thing i ’ The Master said, ‘It a superior man dwelt among them, what rudeness would there be ’i '

CHAP. XIV. The Master said, ‘ I returned from Wei to Lu, and then the music was reformed, and the pieces in the Royal songs and Praise songs all found their proper places.’

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CHAP. XV. The Master said, ‘Abroad, to serve the high ministers and nobles; at home, to serve one’s father and elder brothers; in all duties to the dead, not to dare not to exert one’s self; and not to

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of these things do I attain to?’

The Master standing by a stream, said, ‘ It passes

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CHAP. XVII. virtue as he loves beauty.’ ' CHAP. XVIII.

The Master'said, ‘ I have not seen one who loves

The Master said, ‘ The prosecution 0 learning

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